Villa De Angelis
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Villa De Angelis Sorrento
Travel Blogs from Sorrento
... really quite angry, why did you drink that? Thought it would be fine, it wasn't given to him by a cardinal. Also - he doesn't live in the Vatican palace but in a monastery. He has a Swiss guard on duty outside his room. He asked him to sit down and have lunch with him. The Swiss guard understandably refused as he was on duty. Who gave you your orders asked the pope. My captain. And who gives the captain his orders. You do your holiness. Sit down and have a sandwich with ...
... own in Sorrento. We wanted to see the museums starting with the Museo Correale di Terranova, farthest from our starting point. It is a wonderful, but small, museum in a grand old home showcasing mostly historical items from the local area. Although the building is a bit shabby with peeling walls and mildewed corners, the artifacts are ones that they can be proud of. Many of ...
... there was a party on deck. Music, games and generally selected people making merry! After the lights had dimmed and the band had long packed up, the crew party started. This is held up in the Blue Club, which for one night only, is strictly off limits to passengers. The crew party is apparently only held every 2 voyages. Mo told us that she met the Irish contingent just after 1am. They were looking for somewhere else to get a drink as most of the passenger bars had ...
... at windy roads, but we got to our hotel at Sorrento! The benefits of having a car is that we can stop by anywhere we found beautiful, and have a coffee or meal when we drive by a nice place or village. That's what we did during our stay there in the next few days. Very enjoyable drive as there wasn't much traffic - but the coastal road was indeed windy - although view was amazing!
... closed off so you can only view from above but it does feel like a secret garden just waiting to be explored.
With little interest in the town we returned to the train station and took the half hour journey to Pompei and geared ourselves with audio-guides for the afternoon. My very basic understanding of the story went something like this:
There was a volcanic eruption that exploded over the town of Pompei, and covered everyone and everything in lava ...